World Food Day is celebrated every year around the world on 16 October in honor of the date of the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations in 1945.World Food DayWorld Food Day was established by FAO’s Member Countries at the Organization’s 20th General Conference in 1979. The Hungarian Delegation, led by the former Hungarian Minister of Agriculture and Food Dr. Pál Romány, played an active role and suggested the idea of celebrating World Food Day worldwide. It has since been observed every year in more than 150 countries, raising awareness of the issues behind poverty and hunger.Our planet produces plenty of food, surely enough to feed the entire global population of 7 billion people. Still, one person in eight on our planet goes to bed hungry each and every night. In some developing countries, one out of three children is underweight. The primary cause of this huge problem is poverty. People living in poverty cannot afford quality food for themselves and their families. As a result, they get weaker reducing the ability to earn money, money they need to escape the grip of poverty.The list below is not exhaustive. But, to a large extent, underlines how much help is needed all over the globe. Fortunately, hunger and poverty eradication is a significant issue and a major goal for many international organizations. We are putting a great emphasis on the fact that this list is incomplete. Please note that we recognize the importance of the work done by any other NGO that is not mentioned herein. Should you have in mind a global organization that should be added to this list, please let us know via Twitter.